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A 23 Inch Powder Day Snowboarding at Wolf Creek Colorado January 21st 2018

We managed to catch the epic 23 inch powder dump at Wolf Creek this past weekend (January 21st 2018.) There where face shots to be had for days and it didn't even fell like a dry season.

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Travis Rice’s Insane POV from Kings and Queens of Corbet’s
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Travis Rice’s Insane POV from Kings and Queens of Corbet’s

Travis Rice’s Insane POV from Kings and Queens of Corbet’s

Of course, Travis Rice was going to put on a show at Kings and Queens of Corbet’s—Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is his backyard after all. Launching into the infamous couloir, Rice went HUGE by not only airing Corbet’s but also the subsequent kickers at the bottom. All in all, it was an absolute dream ride. If you’ve ever wondered what it’d be like to go full send into Corbet’s, here’s your chance. Rice just dropped the POV from his first run and it’s insane. RELATED: Watch the 2019 Kings

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Kings and Queens of Corbet’s Start List
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Kings and Queens of Corbet’s Start List

Kings and Queens of Corbet’s Start List

There likely isn’t a more recognizable ski run in North America than Jackson Hole Mountain Resort’s infamous Corbet’s Couloir. What better place than to hold a unique big mountain freeride competition than here? Enter Kings and Queens of Corbet’s, now going into its sophomore year with a stacked line up of both big names like Travis Rice and up-and-comers. The weather window for the competition opens up this Sunday February 10th.  RELATED: Kings and Queens of Corbet's 2018 Highlights Who you

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Squaw Closed Sunday From High Avy Danger
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Squaw Closed Sunday From High Avy Danger

Squaw Closed Sunday From High Avy Danger

Yesterday Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows were forced to close because of high avalanche danger from the three-foot overnight dump they got on Saturday. Try to imagine that, too much snow—except you don’t have to. Check out some of the images from Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows getting absolutely buried. Thankfully for all you Californians, both resorts have resumed normal operations. Just be sure to bring your snorkel! View this post on Instagram A post shared by Squaw